By Ryan Clark | September 11, 2007
Millions of World Wrestling Entertainment fans across the United States will now be able to customize their favorite systems thanks to a new lineup of video game accessories from Game On. Officially licensed from the WWEŽ, Game On's 2007 lineup includes the PS2 Wireless Controller and PS2 Slim Skin, as well as the Xbox 360 Faceplate and Skin Bundle, and Wii Skins and Wii Remote Gel Skins. "We are thrilled to be working with World Wrestling Entertainment on expanding their brand into the video game accessories market and doing so with such high-quality products," said John Ma, CEO of Game On. "Our inaugural lineup is a great way to accessorize today's popular gaming systems, and does so at an attractive price-point." "World Wrestling Entertainment is delighted to add Game On to our heralded list of licensees and expand our consumer products portfolio with the latest in video game accessories," adds Florence Di Giorgio, Senior Director, WWE Global Licensing. "These products featuring WWE Superstars are sure to be a big hit this holiday season." Game On's PS2 Wireless Controller features the muscle and might of Batista and UndertakerŽ as they prepare players to unleash cordless mayhem from up to 25 feet away. Complete with rapid fire and turbo buttons, the PS2 Wireless Controller's Double-Shock vibration system lets fans feel every clothesline, chair shot and bodyslam.
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